Google Photos is not only one of the most popular pieces of software from the American tech giant, but it’s easily one of the best. You really can’t argue with an app that gives you free unlimited high quality storage on Android, iOS and the web.
With over one billion installs on Android alone, you’d expect Google to be constantly improving Photos with a swathe of radical updates, much in the way it has for Google Maps of late. However, the opposite has been true for much of Photos’ tenure on Play Store, App Store and the web.
That said, Android Police recently confirmed Google is rolling out a redesigned version of Photos to users that ditches the app’s signature search bar at the top and features more navigation tabs at the bottom.
And now it seems the American tech giant is rolling out two new features for Photos to accompany its altered aesthetic.
Once again, Android Police was first to spot the new additions. The outlet noted Google Photos is now able to quickly identify text in a particular image and will allow users to quickly copy it,